Su-Kam Power Systems, Ltd. designs, manufactures, distributes, and sells power back-up systems and solutions in India. The company’s products include inverters, online UPS systems, line interactive and home UPS systems, batteries, trolleys, and solar inverters and charge controllers. Its products are used in various applications, including telecom towers, petrol pumps, elevators and escalators, BPO/call centers, industrial drives and motors, textile industries, deep freezers, household appliances, shopping malls, hospitals, hotels, schools, laboratories, banks/ATMs, embroidery machines, and data centers. The company sells its products through a network of branch offices, channel partners, an...
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Su-Kam Power Systems Ltd. Launches Low-Cost Power Back-Up Units for Homes, Shops
Oct 10 13
Su-Kam Power Systems Ltd. introduced its lowest priced Home UPS Micron for power back-up in the rural and urban markets of Andhra Pradesh. The Micron range is a user-friendly digital home UPS that can power up regular appliances. It is one of Su-Kam’s low-price inventions starting at INR 2,000. The small UPS can serve the needs of a shop or a small household. Micron has been launched in the Andhra Pradesh market keeping in mind the customer demand for low-cost power back-up solutions. Micron is based on the latest and advanced micro controller-based technology which facilitates optimal power consumption. It safeguards appliances from unsafe power conditions such as high and low voltage, surge, overload and short circuit. It runs household electrical appliances such as bulbs, fan or TVs.
Su-Kam Mulls Acquisitions
Aug 18 13
Su-Kam Power Systems Ltd. is seeking acquisition opportunities. Su-Kam has plans to acquire firms and expand its solar power business. "In the next five years, we do look at acquisitions as part of our expansion plans," Kunwer Sachdev, Managing Director of Su-Kam, said.
Su-Kam Mulls To Sell Solar Business Unit
Aug 18 13
Su-Kam Power Systems Ltd. will seek the approval of investors Reliance Capital Asset Management Limited, Reliance India Power Fund and Temasek Holdings (Private) Limited for a plan to hive off its solar business unit, a top official of Su-Kam, said.